One Norbiton has, so far, not received any local funding. RBK and KVA applied for the initial £105K for us to become one of Central governments thirteen Localism pilots. A further £25K was promised to us by DCLG minister Don Foster at the end of the pilot period but so far not handed over.
See below for our best estimate of how this money has been spent suggesting that the £25k might have been temporarily used in Sheephouse Way. Additionally KVA is still holding on to £2250 specifically allocated to E-Democracy. Thus we estimate that there is still £27250 allocated by the DCLG that remains due to us. One Norbiton’s accounts are published on this website every year but do not include reference to this sum.
How How RBK spent our Central Government grants totalling £132K

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Quiz Night


Charity Quiz Night

  • Date: 4th Mar 2014
  • Location: Guildhall
  • Time: 19:00 - 22:30
  • Cost: £6
Charity Quiz Night in aid of Mayor's Charity Appeal 2013/14 Join us on Tuesday 4 March for a fantastic quiz night in aid of the Mayor’s Charity Appeal 2013/2014 (supporting the Alzheimer’s Society and Princes Alice Hospice). The event will be held in the Guildhall, Kingston. Doors open 7pm, quiz starts 7.30pm. A cash bar will be available on site for drinks. Please feel free to bring your own nibbles. Event closes at approximately 10.30pm. Latest deadline for entries is Monday 24 February. To book please contact the Mayor’s Office, on 020 8547 5027/5030 or email [email protected]